New York Red Bulls II 1, Los Angeles Galaxy II 1
USL Regular Season: Match 6
Sunday, April 22, 2018 – 8:30 p.m. ET
StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium | Carson, Calif.
LA – Ulysses Llanez, Jr. (Ethan Zubak) 35’
NY – Amando Moreno (Stefano Bonomo) 78’
NY – Jordan Scarlett (caution) 13’
LA – Ariel Lassiter (caution) 39’
LA – Joao Pedro (caution) 80’
NY – Cristian Casseres, Jr. (caution) 90’+3
NYRBII: Evan Louro; Niko De Vera, Jordan Scarlett, Fidel Escobar, Ethan Kutler, Cristian Casseres, Jr., Jose Aguinaga (John Murphy, 77th minute), Andrew Tinari, Brian White (Tom Barlow, 86th minute), Carlos Rivas (Amando Moreno, 37th minute), Stefano Bonomo
TOTAL SHOTS: 12; SHOTS ON GOAL: 5; FOULS: 15; OFFSIDE: 4; CORNER KICKS: 9; SAVES: 2
LAII: Justin vom Steeg; John Requejo, Emrah Klimenta, Jean Engola, Hugo Arellano, Julian Buescher, Ariel Lassiter, Efrain Alvarez (Geoffrey Acheampong, 67th minute), Ulysess Llanez, Jr.(Miguel Aguilar, 87th minute), Joao Pedro, Ethan Zubak
TOTAL SHOTS: 16; SHOTS ON GOAL: 4; FOULS: 20; OFFSIDE: 3; CORNER KICKS: 10; SAVES: 4
- New York Red Bulls II made their lone cross-country out to face fellow MLS 2 side, LA Galaxy II, battling to a 1-1 draw to extend their unbeaten run to four games.
- Only two changes wer made to the lineup from New York’s previous match against Tampa Bay seeing Brian White start up in place of Amando Moreno and Jordan Scarlett in place of Hassan Ndam.
- NYRB II went down to LA in the 35th minute with Ulysses Llanez, Jr. beating Evan Louro near post off a counterattack.
- In the 37th minute, Carlos Rivas left the match due to cramping replaced by Moreno.
- Fidel Escobar came up huge in the 69th minute with a last-ditch clearance off the line of an open net denying LA their second goal.
- Nine minutes later, off a quick restart out the back Evan Louro placed a ball in the middle of the pitch which Stefano Bonomo flicked onto Moreno who slotted a ball past a diving goalkeeper for the equalizer.
- Forward Tom Barlow made his USL pro debut in the 86th minute coming on for Brian White.
- After Week Six of the 2018 USL season, NYRB II continue to lead the USL in goals scored at 16.